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2017 Schedule
29-8, 4th in ACC

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For the fourth time in the past five years, a school will send both its men's and women's teams to the Final Four. UConn has done it in four of the 13 total occurrences.

Baylor wins big in Sweet 16 (0:49)
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5dMechelle Voepel

Davis, McCowan dominate Sweet 16 in Oklahoma City

Baylor has relied on Nina Davis for years, and she delivered again Friday. But Mississippi State has a new star in Teaira McCowan, whose breakout quarter also has the Bulldogs in the Elite Eight.

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6dMechelle Voepel

Louisville again looking for an upset against Baylor

As Louisville and Baylor prepare to clash again in the Sweet 16, you can't help but look back at the Cardinals' epic upset in 2013. So much has changed, but the Lady Bears remain the favorite.

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Which teams will advance from the Sweet 16?

Will the Cinderella runs continue for Oregon and Quinnipiac? Can Notre Dame overcome injury? Can Kelsey Plum drive Washington to the Elite Eight? And which 3-seed is predicted to upset a No. 2?


Voepel on Baylor-Louisville matchup and more

LaChina Robinson, Mechelle Voepel and Graham Hays break down the Oklahoma City Region of the Women's NCAAW Tournament, the much anticipated matchup between Baylor and Louisville and more.

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9dMechelle Voepel

First impressions of the Sweet 16

A pair of double-digit seeds. Five Pac-12 teams. A rematch of one of the tourney's all-time greatest upsets. The Sweet 16 is set -- and full of potential when the regional semifinals open Friday.

Louisville pulls away to knock off Tennessee (0:51)
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9dGraham Hays

Moore, Durr set up Louisville for success

Mariya Moore's 19 points and confident shooting carried the Cardinals until leading scorer Asia Durr found her shot and led Louisville past Tennessee and into the Sweet 16.

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11dGraham Hays

Lady Vols, Cardinals to clash in second round

Fifth-seeded Tennessee and No. 4 seed Louisville have endless potential -- but almost as many question marks. Both hope to play their best ball when they meet Monday in the second round.


Sharp shooting spurs Cardinals past Mocs

Asia Durr scored 27 points to lead fourth-seeded Louisville to an 82-62 victory over Chattanooga in the first round of the NCAA Women's Tournament on Saturday.

Durr with the 4 point play! (0:23)
Notre Dame heading to ACC tournament finals (0:37)